At Saint Catherine’s we are doing everything we can to keep our patients, families, staff , volunteers and supporters safe at this difficult time.
Our key clinical services are still running, which means that patients are still being cared for in the hospice and at home.
However, in line with Government guidance and with safety paramount, we have taken the decision to reduce some face-to-face services and restrict visitors on site. Also, our hospice shops will be closed for the time being and we have postponed all of our fundraising events that were planned during the next few months.
Every decision being made is in the best interests of our patients, families, volunteers and staff.
We need your continued support and help more than ever as we continue to pay and support all our members of staff – we appreciate every donation, every message and every offer of support.

For current Government advice and help available for the extremely vulnerable, please go to

Stepney Scramble – Important Information

Stepney Scramble – Important Information

June 5th 2019

We are sorry to have to inform you all that Stepney Scramble will not be going ahead.

Tracy Calcraft, income and business services director at Saint Catherine’s, said: “We deeply regret that due to a combination of unforeseen circumstances, we are no longer able to go ahead with our Stepney Scramble event on July 14.

“We would like to thank our supporters and sponsors – Ashley and the team at Stepney Hill Farm, Alex and the team at Infiniti and Louise and team at Nicholson’s – for working with us to try and enable us to put on the event.

“This has been a really difficult decision for us to make, but one which has been made with the best interests of the hospice and our supporters at its heart.

“We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We would like to thank everyone who has already supported or registered for the event and we have been in touch with them directly.

“We want to thank everyone involved for choosing to support Saint Catherine’s and helping us continue to care for local patients, their families and carers free of charge.”

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